Unannounced PS4 games teased by Sony Japan

The president of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia has teased that the company has several unannounced titles for PlayStation 4 in the pipeline, as the hardware manufacturer gears up for the Japanese launch of the console next month.

Speaking to Famitsu (via DualShockers), Hiroshi Kawano said Sony is looking to expand in the Asian market, which is an area that the company feels holds great potential.

“The potential of the Asian market is obviously large, and there’s a promising market there for the future. We’re always looking at Asia and we will continue to seek growth there, where resource management is crucial. Even when you talk to game developers, now they can release simultaneously in Japan and Asia,” said Kawano-san.

“When we became “Japan and Asia,” it allowed us to properly develop, present and market ourselves in Asia. The prime example came with the PlayStation Awards 2013 held last December. For the first time we opened the door to voting from Asia. There was really a big reaction. I believe that we’re just getting started, from now on, we’d like to be even more aggressive this year.”

Elsewhere, the executive made it clear that Sony has a heap of unannounced PS4 games up its sleeves, though couldn’t divulge any further information on the mystery titles.

“We plan to release new games at a regular pace. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes will launch in March, produced by Hideo Kojima. After that, even if I can’t disclose them now, we have various games incoming. We’re currently considering how to announce them, so stay tuned.”

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